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Leading  Financial 
and 

Business  Men 
of  Toronto 

WORK  of  artistic  color  plates 
designed  to  portray  one  hundred 
leading  men  of  Toronto,  both  finan- 
cially and  socially. 


Inscribed  and  dedicated  to  those  men  whose  valued 
patronage  contributed  so  largely  towards  its  success. 


Published  by 

EDWIN  McCORMlCK 
TORONTO 
1912 


SIR  EDMUND  BOYD  OSLER  M.P. 

Born,  Township  of  Tecumseh,  Simcoe  County,  Ontario,  1845. 

Head  of  the  firm  of  Osier  &  Hammond,  leading  financiers  and 
stock  brokers. 

President:  Dominion  Bank  and  Ontario  and  Quebec  Railway. 

Director:  Canadian  Pacific  Railway,  Toronto  General  Trusts  Cor- 
poration, Canada  North-West  Land  Companj^,  Confederation 
Life  Association,  Canadian  General  Electric  Company,  Lim- 
ited. 

Was  President  in  1896,  Toronto  Board  of  Trade :  President  On- 
tario Rifle  Association. 

Represented  Canada  at  the  Congress  of  the  Chamber  of  Congress, 
London,  England,  1896. 

Representative  of  West  Toronto  in  the  House  of  Commons  since 
1896. 

Clubs:  Toronto,  York,  Albany,  Toronto;  Rideau  Club,  Ottawa. 
Knighted  by  King  George  V.  1912. 


WILLIAM  REES  BROCK. 

Born,  Eramosa,  Ontario,  1836. 

President :  W.  R.  Brock  Company,  Limited,  of  Toronto,  Montreal 
and  Calgarv,  and  of  the  Canadian  Greneral  Electric  Company, 
Limited. 

Vice-President :  Western  Assurance  Com})any,  British  American 
Assurance  Company. 

Director :  The  Dominion  Bank,  Toronto  General  Trusts  Corpora- 
tion. 

Clubs:  York,  Toronto,  Albany,  and  Toronto  Hunt  Club;  St.  James 
Club,  Montreal. 


WILMOT  DELOUI  MATHEWS. 


Born,  Burford,  Brant  County,  Ontario,  1850. 

Senior  member  of  the  firm  of  W.  B.  Mathews  &  Company,  grain 
and  produce  merchants. 

Was  President  in  1878,  Toronto  Corn  Exchange,  and  in  1887-88, 
Toronto  Board  of  Trade. 

Director,  Canadian  Pacific  Railway. 

Vice-President:  The  Dominion  Bank,  Canada  Permanent  Mort- 
gage Corporation,  Confederation  Life  Association,  Toronto 
General  Trusts  Corporation. 

Clubs:  York,  Toronto,  Hunt,  R.  C.  Y.  C,  Lambton  Golf  and 
Country  Club,  Toronto ;  Mount  Royal  Club,  Montreal ;  Mani- 
toba Club,  Winnipeg ;  Grosvenor  Club,  London,  England. 


JAMES  H.  PLUMMER. 

Bom,  Tavistock,  Devonsliire,  England,  1848. 

Was  Assistant  General  Manager  of  the  Merchants  Bank  of  Can- 
ada, 1882,  and  in  1886  lie  rejoined  the  staff  of  the  Canadian 
Bank  of  Commerce  as  Assistant  General  Manager.  He  was 
for  some  years  a  member  of  the  Editing  Committee  of  the 
Canadian  Bankers'  Association,  and  was  its  Chairman  in 
1894. 

Seijior  Member  of  the  firm  of  Pliunmer  &  Plummer,  Toronto,  and 
identifip^l  ^vith  n  mnriher  of  -finPTir-ial  fi'^ifl  indiiF^trial  inBtitn- 
tions 

Vice-President,  Canada  Life  Aesiiranee  Company. 

Vice-President,  Mexican  Light  and  Power  Company,  Limited, 

President:  Dominion  Iron  and  Steel  Company,  Limited,  Cana- 
dian Lake  and  Ocean  Navigation  Company.  Limiterl,  Electric 
raid  Trnin  LTf>'hti-'iP'  Rviidipgie,  Limited, 

Director:  Niagara,  bi.  Catharines  and  Toronto  Railway,  National 
Trust  Company,  Sao  Paulo  Tramway,  Light  and  Power  Com- 
pany, Imperial  Life  Insurance  Company. 

Was  elected  Vice-Commodore  Royal  Canadian  Yacht  Club,  1897. 

Clubs:  York,  National,  R.  C.  Y.  C,  etc.,  Toronto;  Mount  Royal 
Club,  Montreal. 


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HON.  GEORGE  ALBERTUS  COX, 


Born,  Colborne,  Nortlmmberland  County,  Ontario,  1840. 

President:  Canada  Life  Assurance  Company,  Central  Canada 
Loan  and  Savings  Company,  Western  Assurance  Company, 
British  Arnerican  Assuranr-e  Company,  Toronto  Savings  and 
Loan  Company. 

l>irectoi':  Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce,  National  Trust  Company, 
Canadian  General  Electric  Company,  Limited,  Dominion  Iron 
and  Steel  Company,  Toronto  Railway  Company,  Grand  Trunk 
Pacific  Railway,  and  Ottawa  Electric  Railway  Company, 
Toronto  Electric  Light  Company  and  Sao  Paulo  Tramway, 
Light  and  Power  Company. 

Bursar  of  Victoria  Uui^■ersity  ;  Member  Canadian  Senate  since 
1896. 

Clubs :  York,  National,  R.  C.  Y.  Club,  Toronto ,  Lambton  Golf  and 
Country  Club;  Rideau  and  Ottawa  Country  Clubs,  Ottawa; 
St.  James  Club,  Montreal;  Manitoba  Club,  Winnipeg;  City 
Midday  Club,  l^ew  York. 


HON.  SIR  LYMAN  MELVIN  JONES. 

Born,  County  of  York,  Ontario,  1843. 

President  and  Genera]  Manager,  Ma ssey- Harris  Company,  Lim- 
ited. 

President,  Bain  Wagon  (\)nipany,  Limited,  Woodstock. 

Direeto]':  Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce,  Verity  Plow  Company, 
Limited,  Nova  Scotia  Steel  and  Coal  Company,  Limited,  Can- 
ada Cycle  and  Motor  Company,  Limited. 

Member,  ( ■auadian  Senate  since  1901. 

Was  Mayor  of  \Viuni]:)eg  and  \'ice-President  Board  of  Trade, 
1888;  Provincial  Treasurer, Manitoba  Grovernment,  1888-1 889.  ^ 

Knighted  by  iving  George  V.,  1911. 

Clubs:  York,  Toronto,  National,  K.  C.  Y.  C.  and  Hunt  Club,  To- 
ronto; Rideau  Club,  Ottawa. 


SIR  EDMUND  BYRON  WALKER,  C.V.O.,  LL,D.,  D.C.L, 

Born,  Hamilton,  Ontario,  1848. 

President,  Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce, 

liirfcctor,  Toronto  bejueral  Trusts  Corporation,  etc. 

Senator,  University  of  Toronto;  Member  National  Battlefields' 
Commission  of  Canada ;  President  and  founder  of  the  Cham- 
plain  Society  for  publishing  rare  works  on  Canadian  History ; 
Member  of  the  Advisory  Council  for  purchase  of  works  of  art 
for  the  National  Gallery  of  Canada. 

Was  ^Mipimuin  of  Bankers'  Section  of  Toronto  Board  of  Trade 
r^nt  of  the         lian  Bankers' Associatiori. 

Was  ci-eui-ed  Vuuiiiiauaer  of  tlie  Victorian  Order  by  the  King  in 
1910, 

J^''  r  the  Geol  Society  of  England  and  of  the  Institute 

of  Bankers  of  England. 

Clubs:  York,  Toronto,  R.  C.  Y.  C,  Hunt  and  Lambton  Coif  and 
Country  (/lubs,  Toronto;  St.  James,  Montreal;  Rideau  Club, 
Ottawa,  and  Devonshire  London,  England, 


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COL.  SIR  HENRY  MILL  PELLATT. 


Born,  Toronto,  Ontario,  1860. 

Senior ,  Member  of  the  firm  of  Pellatt  &  Pellatt,  fii}an<ders  aiid 
stock  brokers. 

President:  Toronto  Electric  Liglit  Company,  British  and  Colonial 
Land  and  Securities  Company,  British- Canadian  Dock  and 
Ship  Building  Company,  Electrical  Development  Company  of 
Ontario, 

ice- President,  Steel  and  Radiation  Company, 

Director:  Toronto  Street  Railway  Company,  Richelieu  and  On- 
tario Navigation  Company,  British  American  and  Western 
Assurance  Companies, 

Financial  Director,  Board  of  Trustees,  Trinit}^  University. 

Sir  Henry  is  Colonel  of  the  Queen's  Own  Rifles,  with  which  Regi- 
ment he  has  been  associated  from  his  ^''outh. 

Major  of  the  Queen's  Jubilee  Contingent  in  England,  1897 ;  Com- 
manded Canadian  Contingent  at  the  Coronation  of  King 
Edward;  Knighted  by  King  Edward  in  1905,  and  croat-ed 
Commander  of  the  Victorian  Order  by  King  George  V.,  at 
Balmoral,  Scotland,  1910. 

Clubs:  York,  Toronto,  National,  etc.,  Toronto;  Rideau  CUib, 
Ottawa. 


SIR  WILLIAM  MACKENZIE. 


Born,  Kirkfield,  Ontario,  1849. 

President :  Canadian  Northern  -Railway,  Toronto  Street  Railway, 
Winnipeg  Electric  Railway,  Sao  Paulo  Tramway,  Light  and 
Power  Company. 

Sir  William  controls  the  Electrical  Development  Company  of 
Ontario  and  is  identified  with  a  number  of  Canada's  leading 
industries. 

Knighted  by  King  George  V.,  1911. 

Clubs :  York,  Toronto,  Albany,  National  and  Toronto  Hunt  Club. 


SIR  DONALD  D.  MANN. 


Born,  Acton,  Ontario,  1853. 

Associated  with  Sir  William  Mackenzie  since  1886,  and  lias  been 
active  in  tlie  undertakings  of  the  Mackenzie  and  Mann  Com- 
pany since  its  organization. 

Vice-President:  Canadian  Northern,  Ontario  and  Halifax  and 
Southwestern  Railways. 

Director :  Atikokan  Iron  Company,  Moose  Mountain  Mines,  Lim- 
ited, Winnipeg  Electric  Railway  and  other  prominent  con- 
cerns. 

Clubs :  York,  National,  etc. 


joSHFH  WESLEY  FLAVELLE,  L.L.D. 

Born,  Peterborough,  Ontario,  1858. 

President  and  General  Manager,  Wm.  Da  vies  Company,  Limited. 

President,  National  Trust  Company ;  Director,  Canadian  Bank  of 
Commerce,  etc. 

( ~*hai]'nian,  Board  of  Trustees,  Toronto  0-eneral  Hospital,  and 
(rovernor,  University  of  Toronto, 

Clubs:  York.  Toronto,  National,  etc. 


ZEBULON  ALTON  LASH,  K.C. 

Born,  Newfoundland,  1846. 

Called  to  the  Bar,  1868,  and  he  was  for  some  years  a  member  of  the 
law  firm  of  Beatty,  Chadwick  &  Lash,  Toronto. 

Deputy  Minister  of  Justice  of  Canada,  with  residence  at  Ottawa, 
1872-1876. 

Lecturer  and  Examiner  in  Commercial  Law,  Law^  Society  of  On- 
tario; created  a  Queen's  Counsel  by  the  Marquis  of  Lorne, 
1879,  and  in  1880  was  Counsel  for  the  Government  of  Canada 
before  the  Judjcial  Committee  of  the  Privy  Council  in  the 
Mercer  Escheat  Case. 

In  1862  he  re;-  his  office  under  the  Crown,  and  resumed  priv- 
ate practice  in  the  firm  of  Messrs.  Blake,  Toronto. 

Mr.  Lash  is  a  Bencher  of  the  Ontario  Law  Society,  and  Counselor 
to  the  Canadian  Bankers'  Association  and  other  corporations. 

Vice-President:  Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce,  National  Trust 
Company. 

Director:  Canadian  Lake  and  Ocean  Navigation  Company,  Lim- 
ited, Niagara,  St.  Catharines  and  Toronto  Railway  Company, 
Rio  de  Janeil'O  Tramway,  Light  and  Power  Company,  To- 
ronto Brewing  and  Malting  Company,  Limited. 


DANIEL  ROBERT  WILKIE. 

Born,  Qiieber;,  1846. 

President  and  General  Manager^  Imperial  Bank  of  Canada. 

Viee-Presjdent,  >.  .ii.adian  Bankers'  Assocdation. 

ral  Accident  Company. 

Director:  Toronto  General  Trusts  Corporation,  Confederation 
Life  Association,  Victoria  Rolling.  Stock  Company,  Limited ; 
Ontario  and  Qn'Appoile  Land  Company,  Limited;  etc. 

Clubs:  York,,  .  ,  .  i.d,  Toronto,  Albany,  Toronto  Hunt,  Lambton 
Golf  and  Country  Club,  Toronto;  Mount  Royal,  Montreal; 
IJiiiou  Club,  Lonr''^'")  "'England. 


EDWARD  ROGERS  WOOD. 


Born,  Peterborough,  Ontario,  1866. 

Managing  Director,  Central  Canada  Loan  and  Savings  Company. 

Vice-President:  Dominion  Securities  Corporation,  Limited,  Na- 
tional Trust  Company. 

Director:  Canada  Life  Assurance  Company,  Canadian  Bank  of 
Conunerce,  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Railway,  and  Rio  de  J aneiro 
Tramway,  Light  and  Power  Company,  etc. 

President,  Y.  M.  G.  A.,  Toronto ;  Chairman,  Board  of  Governors, 
Grace  Hospital. 

Clubs:  York,  Toronto,  National,  R.  C.  Y.  C,  Lambton  Golf  and 
Country  Club,  Caledon  Mountain  Trout  Club. 


THOMAS  LONG. 

Born,  County  of  Limerick,  Ireland,  1840. 

Senior  Member  and  President  of  the  firm,  T.  Long  &  Bros.,  Lim- 
-  ited. 

President,  London  and.  Canadian  Loan  and  Agency  Company. 

Vice-President :  Canadian  Birkbeck  Savings  and  Loan  Company, 
Colling*wood  Ship  Building  Company,  Eastern  and  Western 
Land  Company. 

Director:  The  Merchants  Bank  of  Canada,  Consumers  Gas  Com- 
pany of  Toronto,  Toronto  General  Trusts  Corporation. 

Clubs:  Toronto  and  Albany. 


WILLIAM  JAMES  GAGE. 

Born,  Brampton,  Ontario,  1849. 

President,  W.  J.  Gage  &  Company,  Limited,  one  of  the  leading 
and  best  known  book  and  stationery  houses  in  Canada, 

Mr.  Gage  was  instrumental  in  establishing  for  the  scientific  treat- 
ment of  Oonsvimptives,  the  Muskoka  Cottage  Sanatorium,  the 
King  Edward  Sanat<)rinm  and  Toronto  Free  Hospital  for 
Consumptives. 

Chief  promoter  of  the  Associate  Boards  of  Trade  of  the  Province 
and  was  elected  its  first  President ;  was  President  in  1910  of 
the  Toronto  Board  of  Trade. 

Clubs:  National,  etc. 


ELIAS  ROGERS. 

Born,  County  of  York,  Ontario,  1850. 

President:  The  Elias  Eogers  Coal  Company,  Limited,  Crow's  Nest 
Coal  Company,  Limited,  National  Life  Aasiirance  Company 
of  Canada. 

Director:  Imperial  Bank  of  Canada,  Dominion  Iron  and  Steel 

Corporation,  Imr'P^;-''il  QvsrpiitQe  and  Accident  Company. 

Clubs:  National,  Ontario,  etc. 


CHESTER  DANIEL  MASSEY. 

Born,  Township  of  Haldimand,  Northumberland  County,  Ontario, 
1850. 

Honorary  President  of  Massey-Harris  Company,  Limited,  of 
which  firm  he  has  been  a  Director  since  its  organization. 
Chief  Executor  of  the  Estate  of  his  father,  the  late  Mr.  H.  A. 
Massey. 

Director,  National  Trust  Company,  and  trustee  of  a  wimher  of 
prominent  institutions. 


blk  WILLIAM  MORTIMER  CLARK,Kt.,W.S.,K.C.,LL.D. 

Bom,  Aberdeen,  Scotland,  1836. 

benior  MeiuDer  oi  \  iie  la-w  firm,  Clark,  Grey  and  Baird. 
President,  Toronto  Mortgage  Company. 
Director,  Metropolitan  Banl:  of  Canada. 

Chairman,  Knox  College  since  1880.  Was  for  fifteen  years  Sena- 
tor of  University  of  Toronto. 

St.  Andrew's  Society  for  two  years. 

Ex-Lieutenant-Cxovernor  of  Ontario. 


FREDERICK  WILD. 

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Born,  Sc         a  Park,  South  Queeiisbiiry,  Scotland,  1832. 

'    •  '  1  federation  Life  Association,  Standard  Bank 

i)irectui':  Canada  Permanent  ige  Corporation,  Toronto 

(Umei-dl  Trusts  Corporation,  i.K>rninion  Transport  Company 


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ronto  Golf,  Royal  Canadian  Yacht. 


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HON,  SIR  JOHN  MORRISON  GIBSON, M.A„L.LD„K,C. 

A.D.C.,  Lieutenant-GoYernor  of  Ontario. 
Born,  Januar}^  1st,  1842. 

President,  Dominion  Power  and  Transmission  Company,  etc. 

President,  ( *anadian  Branch,  Ked  Oross  Society. 

Was  Provincial  Secretary  of  Ontario,  1889;  and  Commissioner  of 
Crown  Lands,  1896;  Attorney  General,  1889-190,5.  Created 
Qneen's  Connsel,  1900;  Bencher,  Law  Society  and  of  Upper 
Canada,  1899. 

Lientenant-Colonel,  IHth  Regiment  of  Hamilton,  1895;  Honorary 
Colonel,  1901;  Colonel  Commanding  15th  Brigade  Canadian 
Militia,  1903;  Conimajulcr  Canadian  Rifle  Team  to  Bisley, 
1907. 

I^asi  (Iraud  Master.  Grand  l^odge  of  Canada,  A.  F.  and  A.  M. ; 
Grand  (\)mmander.  A.  and  A.  S.  Bite  for  Canada. 

(■Inbs:  Toronto,  National  and  Hamilttm. 

Knighted  by  King  George  Y.  1912. 


SAMUEL  JOHN  MOORE. 

Born,  Doddington,  Northamptonshire,  England,  1859. 

President:  Metropolitan  Bank,  Wm.  A.  Rogers,  Limited,  F.  N. 
Burt,  Company,  Limited. 

Vice-President:  City  Dairy  Company,  Limited,  Imperial  Life 
Assurance  Company,  Noiseless  Typewriter  Company. 

Vice-President  and  General  Manager,  The  Carter-Crume  Com- 
pany, Limited. 

Director,  Mexican  Northern  Power  Company. 

Trustee,  Massey  Music  Hall. 

Clubs :  Toronto,  and  other  leading  clubs. 


HON.  ROBERT  JAFFRAY. 

Born,  Bannockburn,  Scotland,  1832. 

President,  Globe  Printing  Company,  Land  Security  Company. 
Vice-President,  Imperial  Bank. 

Director:  Canada  Life  Assurance  Company,  Canadian  General 
Electric  Company,  Limited,  Central  Canada  Loan  and  Sav- 
ings Company,  Toronto  General  Trusts  Corporation  and 
other  companies. 

Member,  Canadian  Senate, 

Clubs :  York,  National,  Toronto,  and  Rideau  Club,  Ottawa. 


FREDERIC  THOMAS  NICHOLLS. 


Born,  London,  England,  1856. 

Vice-President  and  General  Manager,  Canadian  G-eneral  Electric 
Company,  Limited. 

Vice-President :  Toronto  Railway  Company,  Toronto  Power  Com- 
pany, Electrical  Development  Company,  Sao  Paulo  Tramway, 
Light  and  Power  Company. 

Director :  Canadian  Northern  Railway  Company,  Dominion  Iron 
and  Steel  Company,  Toronto  Electric  Light  Company, 
Niagara,  St.  Catharines  and  Toronto  Railway  Company, 
Western  Assurance  and  British  American  Assurance  Com- 
panies, Imperial  Rolling  Stock  Company. 

Consul  for  Portugal;  Justice  of  the  Peace  for  County  of  York; 

Vice-President,  Board  of  Endowment,  Trinity  University. 

Clubs:  York,  Toronto,  Hunt,  Toronto  and  Rosedale  Golf  Clubs, 
R.  C.  Y.  C,  Victoria  Curling  Club,  Engineers'  Club;  Mount 
Royal,  Engineers'  and  Canada  Clubs,  Montreal;  Rideau 
Club,  Ottawa;  Manitoba  Club,  Winnipeg;  Engineers'  Club, 
New  York. 


,     DUNCAN-  COULSON. 

Born,  ToroBto,  1838. 

President,  The  Bank  of  Toronto. 

Was  Vice-President,  Canadian  Bankers'  Association. 

Director,  Canada  Life  Assurance  Company. 

Clubs  •  York,  National,  Toronto,  etc. 


SAMUEL  NORDHEIMER. 

Born,  Memsdorf,  Bavaria,  Germany^  1824. 

Consul  for  Ontario  for  the  Grerman  Empire. 

Founder  and  for  many  years  the  President  of  the  leading  firm  of 
A.  &  S.  Nordheimer  Piano  and  Music  Company,  Limited. 

Was  for  many  years  President  of  the  Philharmonic  Society  of 
Toronto. 

\'iee-President,  Canada  Permanent  Loan  &  Savings  Company. 
Clubs :  Toronto  Club,  etc. 


JOHN  CRAIG  EATON. 

Born,  Toronto,  Ontario,  1875. 

l^resident,  The  T.  Eaton  Company,  Limited. 

President,  Tnrbinia  Steam  Ship  and  Hamilton  Steam  Ship  Com- 
panies. 

T)iref't(»r,  The  Dominion  Bank,  Great  Northern  Railway,  Cana- 
dian National  Exhibition,  and  Midland  Raihvay  of  Manitoba. 

Member  of  the  Senate,  A^ictoria  College. 

Honorary  Governor  and  Member,  Board  of  Trustees  and  h^'iuance 
Committee,  Toronto  General  Hospital. 

Chi])s:  York,  National,  Lambton  Golf  and  Coimtry  Club,  Royal 
Canadian  Yacht  Club,  Caledon  Mountain  Trout  Club,  Thou- 
sand Islands  Yacht  Club,  and  (associate  member),  Manitoba 
Club,  Winnipeg. 


AEMELIUS  JARVIS. 

Bom,  ''Bonsliaw,"  Yonge  Street,  County  of  York,  1860. 

Senior  Member  of  Aemelius  Jarvis  &  Company,  and  identified  with 
many  leading  financial  institutions  in  Toronto. 

Mr.  Jarvis  is  perhaps  the  best  known  yachtsman  and  outdoor 
sportsman  in  Toronto,  and  owned  and  sailed  several  Canada 
Cup  defenders. 

Clubs :  Toronto,  York,  Toronto  Hunt,  R.  C.  Y.  C,  Royal  Hamilton 
Yacht  Club,  Royal  St.  Lawrence  Yacht  Club,  Royal  London 
(Eng.)  Yacht  Club,  and  the  Kingston  and  Queen  City  Yacht 
Clubs. 


ROBERT  ALEXANDER  SMITH. 


Born,  Parish  of  Rayne,  Aberdeenshire,  SeotlaBd. 

Member  of  the  Firm  of  Osier,  llamTiiond  and  Smith,  Financiers 
and  Stock  Brokers, 

Director :  Qu'Appelle,  Long'  Lake  aiKl  Saskatchewan  Railroad  and 
Steamboat  Oompaiiy,  Consolidated  Cariboo  Hj^draidic  Min- 
ing Company,  Limited,  Ontario  and  Qn'Appelle  Land  Com- 
pany, Limited,  Victoi-ia  Rolling  Stock  Compan}^  of  Ontario, 
Limited,  Toronto  Ferry  Companj'',  Limited,  Calgary  and 
Edmonton  FJailwa\',  Ccanmercial  (^able  Company,  etc. 

Was  Pi  ('sident  Toronto  Stock  Exchange.  1902  and  1903. 

Clubs:  York,  Toronto.  Albaiiy.  Toronto  Hnnt,  Lambtou  Coif  and 
Country  Club. 


EDWARD  GURNEY. 

Born,  Hamilton,  Ontario,  1845. 
President,  Gurney  Foundry  Company. 

President,  Gurney  Heater  Manufacturing  Company,  Boston. 

Vice-President,  North  American  Life  As.surance  Company. 

Vice-President,  Toronto  Board  of  Trade  in  1895,  and  President 
in  1896. 

Was  President,  Crown  Bank  of  Canada. 

Member  of  the  Committee,  National  Sanitarium  Association. 
Clubs:  National,  etc. 


ALBERT  EDWARD  KEMP,  M.  P. 

Born,  Clarenceville,  Quebec,  1858. 

Founder  and  General  Manager,  The  Sheet  Metal  Products  Com- 
pany of  Canada,  Limited. 

Director:  National  Trust  Company,  Imperial  Life  Assurance 
Company  of  Canada. 

Clubs:  York,  Toronto,  Albany,  Toronto;  Rideau  Club,  Ottawa; 
Manitoba  Club,  Winnipeg. 


HON.  JAMES  J,  FOY.  K.C.,  M.L.A.,  L.L.D. 

Bom,  Toronto,  Ontario,  1847. 

Called  to  the  Bar  of  Ontario  in  1871  and  created  Queen's  Counsel 
in  1883. 

Member  for  South  Toronto  in  the  Provincial  Legislature,  1898. 

Commissioner  of  Crown  Lands  for  Ontario,  1905,  and  subse- 
quently in  the  same  year  became  Attorney  General,  which 
office  he  still  holds: 

Senior  meihber  of  the  law  firm  of  Foy  &  Kelly,  and  a  Director  of 
the  Dominion  Bank, 

Clubs:  York,  Toronto,  Albany  and  Royal  Canadian  Yacht  Club. 


ALBERT  WILLIAM  AUSTIN. 

Born,  Toronto,  Ontario,  1857. 

Vice-President,  Consumers  Gas  Company,  Toronto. 

Director,  Dominion  Bank. 

Honorary  Grovernor,  Toronto  Greneral  Hospital. 

Honorary  President  and  Founder,  Lambton  Golf  and  Countiy 
Club. 

Clubs:  York,  National,  Toronto  and  Lambton  Golf  and  Country 
Clubs. 

Mr.  Austin  introduced  into  Canada  the  first  overhead  trolley  car 
— at  Winnipeg. 


ALFRED  ERNEST  AMES, 

Both,  Lambeth,  Ontario,  1866, 

hra  stnient  banker,  bead  of  the  firm  of  A.  E.  Ames  &  Company. 

President  of  the  Toronto  Stock  Exchange,  1898-1899. 

President:  Home  and  Foreign  Securities  Company,  Limited,  Cit>- 
Bairy  Company,  Limited. 

Vice-President:  Duluth-Snperior  Traction  Company,  F.  N.  Burt 
Company,  Limited. 

Director:  Twin  City  Rapid  Transit  Company,  Pacific  Bnrt  Com- 
pany, Limited,  Carter-Cnime  Company,  Limited,  Porto  Rico 
Railways  Company,  Limited. 

Was  {^resident  Toronto  Board  of  Trade,  1901-1902;  Regent,  \^ic- 
toria  TTuiversity;  Trustee,  Massey  Music  Hall;  Sherbourne 
Street  Methodist  Church ;  Orthopedic  Hospital. 

Clubs:  Toronto,  York,  National,  Lambton  Golf  and  Country  Chib, 
and  Queen  City  Curling  Club. 


COLONEL  JAMES  MASON. 

Born,  Toronto,  Ontario,  August  25tli,  1843. 

General  Manager  and  director,  The  Home  Bank  of  Gatiada'.  . 

Eesiclent-yice-Presi         American  Surety  Company. 

Director:  Dominion  Steel  Corporation,  Manufacturers'  Life  In- 
surance Company,  Prudential  Trust  Company,  British  and 
Colonial  Land  and  Securities  Company. 

AVas  one  of  the  original  Trustees  of  the  Toronto  Public  Library 
and  became  Chairman  of  the  Board;  was  President  of  To- 
ronto Mechanics'  Institute  and  one  of  the  founders  and  for 
two  years  President  of  the  Canadian  IViilitary  Institute. 

Was  also  one  of  the  founders  and  first  President  of  the  Empire 
Club;  Acting  Chairman  of  the  Executive  Committee  of  the 
Canadian  Bed  Cross  Society  during  the  South  African  War, 
and  is  Honorary  Treasurer  and  member  of  the  Central  Coun- 
cil in  Canada. 

Member  of  the  Canadian  National  Council  and  President  of  the 
Provincial  Council  for  Ont-ario,  St.  John  Ambulance  Asso- 
ciation. 

Appointed  by  the  late  King  EdAvard  YII.  a  Knight  of  Grace  of 
the  Order  of  the  Hospital  of  St.  John  of  Jerusalem  in  Eng- 
land, 

Served  in  the  ranks  of  the  Queen's  Own  Rifles  during  Fenian  Raid 
troubles;  Captain  10th  Royal  Grenadiers,  1882;  Major,  1888; 
Lieut. -Colonel  Commanding  the  Regiment,  1893;  Commanded 
No.  2  Service  Company  Royal  Grenadiers,  North-West  Re- 
bellion, 1885 ;  in  engagement  at  Pish  Creek ;  severely  wounded 
in  action  at  Batoclie;  Lieut. -Colonel  Commanding  'ith  Infan- 
tr.y  Brigade,  1900-1910,  when  he  retired  with  rank  of  Colonel. 

Honorary  Colonel  36th  "Peel"  Regiment. 

Second  in  Command  of  whole  Colonial  Infantry  at  Queen  Vic- 
toria's Diamond  Jubilee,  London,  1897;  Commanded  3rd 
Composite  Brigade  of  Infantry  at  Quebec  Tercentenarj'-  Cele- 
bration, 1908. 

General  Service  Medal  with  clasp.  North- West  Medal  with  clasp. 
Diamond  Jubilee  Decoration,  Colonial  Officers'  Long  Service 
Decoration  and  Insignia  of  Order  of  St.  John. 

Clubs:  York,  Toronto,  National,  Country  and  Himt  Club,  To- 
ronto ;  Junior  Army  and  Navy  Club  and  United  Empire  Club, 
London,  England. 


JAMES  RYRIE. 

Born,  Toronto,  Ontario,  1854. 

Pi'esident  of  Ryrie  Bros.,  Limited,  jewellers  and  diamond  mer- 
chants. 

Director:  Metropolitan  Bank,  Imperial  Life  Insurance  Company, 
E.  N,  Burt  Company,  Limited,  Pacific  Burt  Company,  Lim- 
ited, and  International  Milling  Company. 

Clubs :  National,  etc. 


ALEXANDER  LAIRD. 

Bom,  Ballater,  Scotland,  1853. 

General  Manager,  Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce. 

Director :  National  Trust  Company,  British  American  and  West- 
ern Assurance  Companies. 

Clubs :  York,  Toronto,  and  Lambton  Golf  and  Country  Club,  To- 
ronto; St.  JameB  Club,  Montreal. 


JOHN  J.  PALMER. 

Born,  Clapham,  Coimty  Surrey,  England,  1851, 

President:  Toronto  Type  Foundry  Company,  Limited,  Central 
Press  A  gency,  Limited. 

Clubs:  National,  etc.,  Toronto;  Carlton  City  Club.  London,  Eng- 
land ;  Engineers  Club,  New  York  City. 


JAMES  KERR  OSBORNE, 

Born,  Beamsville,  Ontario,  1843. 

Vice-President,  Massey-Harris  Company,  Limited,  North  Ameri- 
can Life  Assurance  Company. 

Director :  Imperial  Bank  of  Canada,  Canada  Landed  and  National 
Investment  Company,  Western  Assurance  Company,  British 
American  Assurance  Company. 

Clubs :  York,  Toronto,  and  Toronto  Hunt  Club. 


;RT  E  DYMENT. 

Born,  Lynden,  VVentworth  County,  1869. 

Head  of  the  finn,  Dymont,  nairy,  stock  brokers. 

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T):  ■nil  iillectnc  iJoi'  -i,  Uau.nia 

'  &  Wood  Coiiipaiiy,  iviercaiitile  Trust 
(  ■  ■  '^Vvrporation. 

Clubs:  York,  Toronto,  Mount  Boyal,  Montreal :  Rideau,  Ottawa. 


CAWTHKA  MULOCK. 


ouru.  i  jiuuLU,  Ontario,  1882. 

Head  of  the  Firm,  Cawthra  Mulock  and  Company,  Bankers  and 
Brokers. 

Pre:  VVorks,  Limited;  Canada  Bread  Com- 

p?))i^^  Lhnited :  Giiai'dian  Trust  Company,  Limited. 

Lii:,  :ii  jL^ajjic.  of  Gan^^da,  Maple  Leaf  Milling  Com- 

Confederation  Life  Association. 

'  Torouto  (ireneral  Hospital. 

roronto,  National,  Lambton  Golf  and  Country  Club, 
R.  C.  Y.  C,  Himt  Club,  Racquet  Club,  Ontario  Jockey  Clfib, 
Toronto ;  St.  James,  Mount  Royal,  Montreal ;  Rideau,  Ottawa ; 
Hamilton  Club,  Hamilton. 


HON.  JAMES  KIRKPATKICK  KERK,  K.C. 

Boi  ii,  norir  Giielph,  Ontario,  1841. 

Called  to  the  Bar,  1862.  Bencher  of  the  Law  Society  since  1879. 
Created  Queen's  Counsel,  1881-1896,  by  the  Ontario  and 
Dominion  Governments. 

Member,  Canadian  Senate  since  1903,  and  appointed  Speaker  of 
the  11th  Parnament,  1909. 

(I i;: lid, -Master  of  Masonic  Grand  Lodge  of  Canada,  1874-1877. 
IVIember,  Supreme  Council,  33rd  Degree,  A.  A.  and  S.  Rite, 
and  received  distinguished  order  of  the  Grand  Cross  of  the 
Temple  from  His  Majesty  the  King,  then  Grand  Mns^ter  of 
the  Kuii-'htF^  Tpmiilnr.  188^^. 

•Senior  Member  of  the  law  tirm  of  Kerr,  Davidson,  Paterson  and 
McFarland. 

Director:  Canadian  General  Electric  Company,  Limited,  Canada 
Foundry  Company,  Limited,  and  London  Electric  Company, 
Limited. 

Clubs:  York.  National.  Albany,  etc. 

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THOMAS  WALMSLEY. 

Born.  "Walnisley  Villa,"  Deer  Park,  1845. 

One  of  the  Founders  and  President  of  the  Queen  City  Fire  Insur- 
ance Company. 

One  of  the  Founders  and  Prosident  of  the  Hand-in-Hand  Insur- 
ance Company. 

One  of  the  l^'duiulers  aud  (lener;\1  Manager  of  the  Millers  and 
Manufactt ■;!•(■     1  iisn  ranee  <  "'ompany. 

(leneral  Manager.  F'wo  1  ns".ra.iice  Exchange  ( V)rporatiou. 

A^'iee- Pi'csident,  Cana.dn  r*air,t  Com^iany;  Dircef-or  of  the  Toronto 
Electric  Light  ( V>nipany. 

Mr.  \V^a!n;,sley  was  oj)c  of  iho  I^\)irnders  of  the  Canada  First  Party 
and  a  Chr.rtered  Meml^er  of  the  National  Club,  of  whicli  he  is 
still  a  member. 

Life  Member  of  St.  John's  Lodge.  A.  F.  and  A.  M.,  and  a  member 
of  the  York  Pioneers. 

Fenian  Raid  Medal  for  service  in  the  G.  G.  B.  G.  under  Col.  Geo. 
T.  Denison  in  1866. 


NOEL  G.  L.  MARSHALL. 


Born,  London,  England,  1852. 

President,  Standard  Fuel  Company  of  Toronto,  Limited. 

Vice-President:  Title  and  Trusts  Company,  Imperial  Guarantee 
and  Accident  Insurance  Company. 

Director,  Sterling  Bank,  and  Director  and  Member  of  the  Execu- 
tive, Canadian  National  Exhibition  ;  Member,  Ontario  Parole 
Board. 

Clubs:  National,  Albany,  Country  and  Hunt  Club,  Toronto. 


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WILLIAM  STONE. 

Born,  Birniingham,  England,  1856. 

President,  Stone,  Limited,  one  of  Canada's  largest  Lithographing 
and  Art  Printing  Concerns. 

Vice-President,  National  Life  Assurance  Company. 

Director,  The  Bank  of  Toronto. 

President:  National  Clnb  and  Ontario  Motor  League. 

Member:  Canadian  Manufacturers'  Association,  and  Toronto 
Board  of  Trade. 

Clnbs :  National,  Ontario  Jockey  Club  and  Toronto  Himt  Club. 


SIR  GEORGE  W,  ROSS,  L.L.U. 

Born,  near  Nairn,  Middlesex  County,  Ontario,  1841. 

President,  Manufacturers'  Life  Insurance  Company. 

Eeceived  Degree  of  LL.D.  from  St.  Andrew's  University,  Scot- 
land, 1886 ;  Minister  of  Education  for  Ontario  1883-89,  repre- 
senting West  Middlesex  in  the  Legislature. 

I^remier  of  Ontario,  1899-1905.  Was  Honorable  Commissioner  to 
Indian  and  Colonial  Exhibtion,  London,  1886.  Member  of 
the  Senate,  Knox  College,  and  Member  of  the  Canadian  Sen- 
ate since  1907. 


G.  T.  SOMERS. 

Born,  Barrie,  Ontario,  1867. 

President :  Sterling  Bank  of  Canada,  Crown  Life  Insurance  Com- 
pany, Canada  G-rain  Company,  Limited,  and  Ontario  Secur- 
ities Company,  Limited. 

Vice-President,  Toronto  Board  of  Trade. 

Governor,  Toronto  Conservator}^  of  Music. 

Clubs :  National,  Royal  Canadian  Yacht  Club,  etc.,  Toronto ;  Mani- 
toba Club,  Winnipeg. 


JACOB  LEWIS  ENGLEHART. 

Bom  ^Vvelancl,  Ohio,  1847. 

Chairman,  Temiskaming  and  Northern  Ontario  Railway. 

Vice-President,  Crown  Sa™gs  and  Loan  Company,  Petrolia, 
Ont. ;  London  and  Western  Trusts  Company,  London,  Ont. ; 
Imperial  Oil  Company,  Sarnia,  Ont. 

Covernor,  Toronto  T"^niversitv,  1906-1908, 

Donor  and  Trustee  of  Charlotte  Eleanor  Englehart  Hospital, 
Petrolia,  Ontario. 

Mr.  Englehant  is  a  Mason,  golf  player  and  a  Member  of  the  York, 
Toronto,  and  Hunt  Club,  Toronto;  London  Club,  London; 
Petrolia  Chib,  Petrolia. 


CHARLES  DOUGLAS  WARREN. 

Born,  Niagara-on-the-Lake,  Ontario,  1850. 

President:  Traders  Bank  of  Canada,  Kentucky  Coal  and  Timber 
Development  Company,  New  Orleans,  Southern  and  Grand 
Isle  Railway  Company, 

Vice-President,  Dominion  of  Canada  Gruarantee  and  Accident  In- 
surance Company. 

Was  President  of  the  Lake  Superior  Corporation  and  Associate 
Companies  from  1904-1910. 

Clubs :  Royal  Canadian  Yacht  Club,  Toronto ;  Lawyers  Club,  New 
York. 


JOHN  MACDONALD. 

Born,  Oaklands,  Avenue  Road,  Toronto,  Ontario,  1863. 

President,  John  Macdonald  &  Company,  Limited. 

Director:  Bank  of  Toronto,  Confederation  Life  Association. 

Mr.  Macdonald  is  a  Justice  of  the  Peace  for  the  County  of  York 
and  a  member  of  the  National  and  other  Clnbs. 


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DAVID  BLYTHE  HANNA. 

Born,  Thornliebank,  Scotland,  1858. 

Third  Vice-President,  Canadian  Northern  Railway. 

Second  Vice-President,  Canadian  Northern  Steam  Ship  Company. 

President:  Canadian  Northern  Quebec  Railway,  Quebec  and  Lake 
St.  John  Railway,  Duluth,  Rainy  Lake  and  Winnipeg  Rail- 
way, Duluth,  Winnipeg  and  Pacific  Railway,  Niagara,  St. 
Catharines  and  Toronto  Railway. 

Third  Vice-President:  Canadian  Northern  and  Ontario  Railway, 
Halifax,  and  Southwestern  Railway. 

Director:  Western  Canada  Flour  Mills  Company,  London  and 
Canadian  Loan  and  Agency  Coinpany,  Western  Assurance 
Company,  Winnipeg  Electric  Railway,  Rio  de  Janeiro  Tram- 
way, Light  and  Power  Company,  British  Empire  Trust  Com- 
pany, London,  Eng.,  Canadian  Western  Lumber  Company, 
British  American  Assurance  Company. 

Clubs :  York,  Toronto,  National,  R.  C.  Y.  C,  Hunt  Club,  Toronto  ; 
St.  Charles  Country  Club,  and  Manitoba  Club,  Winnipeg. 


GEORGE  HORACE  GOODERHAM  M.P.P. 

Born,  Toronto,  Ontario,  1868. 
Manufacturer  and  capitalist. 

Identified  with  a  number  of  leading  financial  and  business  institu- 
tions and  a  member  of  several  social  and  sporting  clubs  in  the 
city. 

President,  Canadian  National  Exhibition  x4.ssociation. 
Chairman,  Board  of  Education,  1904. 

Member  of  the  Legislative  Assembly  since  1908,  for  South  Toronto. 
Clubs:  York,  Albany,  R,  C.  Y.  C,  etc. 


ROBERT  SLOANE  GOURLAY. 

Born,  New  York,  U.S.A.,  1852. 

Senior  Member  of  the  firm  of  Gonrlay,  AVinter  and  Leeming. 
Wholesale  and  Retail  Dealers  in  Pianos  and  Organs ;  besides 
being  manufacturers  of  the  Gourlay  Piano. 

President  of  Toronto  Board  of  Trade. 

Member  of  Executive  Council,  Canadian  Manufacturers'  Associa- 
tion. 

Member,  Toronto  Harbor  Commission. 

Member,  Board  of  Management,  Knox  College,  and  of  the  Execu- 
tive, Associated  Charities  of  Toronto. 

Clubs:  National,  etc. 

Honorary  Governor,  Toronto  General  Hospital. 


GEORGE  H.  WATSON,  K.C. 

Born,  Schomberg,  Ont.,  1850. 

Head  of  the  firm  of  Watson,  Smoke,  Chisholm  and  Smith,  Toronto. 

Mr.  Watson  has  for  many  years  been  very  prominent  as  one  of  the 
leading  Coimsel  in  the  Province. 

His  firm  has  a  large  connection  with  financial  and  industrial  con- 
cerns in  Canada,  and  conduct  much  important  litigation  in  the 
High  Court  and  in  Appeal  and  Supreme  Court  jurisdiction. 


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JOHN  BELLAMY  MILLER. 

Born,  Athens,  Leeds  County,  1862. 

President:  Parry  Sound  Lumber  Company,  Limited;  Parry 
Sound  Transportation  Company,  Limited;  Poison  Iron 
Works,  Limited;  The  Consumers  Box  Company,  Limited; 
The  Canadian  Lumbermen's  Association,  and  the  Parry 
Sound  Peform  Association. 

Lieut. -Colonel,  23rd  Regiment,  Northern  Pioneerg. 

Clubs :  National,  Ontario,  R.  C.  Y.  C,  Granite,  Rosedale,  Toronto ; 
Rideau  Club,  Laurentian  Club,  Ottawa. 


WILLIAM  KIRKPATRICK  McNAUGHT,  M.P.P. 

Born,  Fergus,  Ontario,  1845. 

President  and  General  Manager,  The  American  Watch  Case  Com- 
pany of  Toronto,  Limited. 

Vice-President.  Canadian  Elgin  Watch  Company,  Limited. 

Director:  Consolidated  Optical  Company,  Limited,  Porto  Rico 
Railway  Company,  National  Sanatorium  Association  and  the 
National  Club. 

'^I'nii^ber  for  North  Toronto  in  Provincial  Legislature  and  Member 
"  fb.A  TTvrlj'fv  "F.lpctric  Commission  of  Ontario. 

Honorary  Preaicient,  Canadian  National  Exhibition. 
Chibs:  National,  Royal  Canadian  Yacht  Club  and  Larabton  Golf 
and  Country  Cliib. 


DAVID  FASKEN,  K.C 

Born,  Tmviisbip  of  Pilkington,  Wellington  County,  Ontario. 

Member  of  tlie  Law  Firm,  Beatty,  Blaekstock,  Fasken,  Cowan  & 
Cliadwick. 

i-retoicient:  Tlip  -elsior  Life  Insurance  Company,  Nipissing 
Mining  Cc'iji[;aay,  Limited,  Northern  Ontario  Light  and 
Po^^^'er  Company,  Cobalt  Power  Company,  Limited. 

Vice-President:  La  Rose  Consolidated  Mines,  The  LTnderfeed 
Stoker  Company  of  America. 

Director,  Trethewey  Silver  Mine. 

Ckibs:  Natiuiiai  and  Reform  Club. 


JOHN  FIRSTBROOK, 

Born,  Erin,  Wellington  County,  Ontario,  1856. 

President,  The  Firstbrook  Box  Company,  Limited. 

Director:  The  Metropolitan  Bank,  Northern  Timber  Company, 
Brantford  Street  Railway  Company  and  Prudential  Invest- 
ment Company. 

Member,  Council  Toronto  Board  of  Trade;  Executive  Council 
Canadian  Manufacturers'  Association;  Executive,  Civic 
Guild ;  Director,  Y.  M.  C.  A,,  Board  of  G-overnors  and  Senate, 
MeMaster  University. 

Clubs :  IsTational,  Queen  City  Curling  Club,  Lawrence  Park  Bowl- 
ing Club. 


ARiHUK  bUUFREY  FEUCHEN. 


Born,  Montreal,  Quebec,  1859. 

President  and  General  Manager,  The  Standard  Chemical,  Iron 
and  Lumber  Company  of  Canada,  Limited;  Producers  of 
Chemieate,  Charcoal  and  Charcoal  Iron. 

This  Company,  of  which  Mr.  Peiiehen  is  the  founder,  supplies  the 
War  Office  with  Acetone  for  the  manufacture  of  explosives. 

President  and  Owner  of  the  McLaren  Lumber  Oompany  of  Blair- 

Mr.  Peuciieii  la  also  owjier  oi  the  largest  Horse  Ranch  in  Alberta, 
located  at  Pineher  Creek. 

AI ember  of  the  Queen's  Own  Rifles  Mdth  rank  of  Major,  and  ex- 
Rear  Commodore  and  Vice-Commodore  of  the  Royal  Cana- 
dian Yacht  Club. 

Clubs:  ISTational.  Albniir,  Ontario  Jockey  Club  and  Toronto  Hunt 

Chib. 


THOMAS  B,  GREENING. 


Boi'ii,  Manchester,  England,  1849. 

President,  Pure  Gold  Manufacturing  Company  of  Toronto,  Lim- 
ited. 

Identified  with  Thos.  B.  Greening  and  Company,  and  Todlmnter, 
Mitchell  and  Company,  of  Toronto;  and  the  Todhimter, 
Mitchell  Coffee  Company,  Winnipeg. 

1  iouurary  Governor,  Toronto  General  Hospital. 

Clnbs:  York,  National,  Arts  and  Letters  Club,  R.  C.  Y.  C,  Thistle 
Club,  and  Hamilton  and  Royal  Hamilton  Yacht  Club. 


SIDNEY   FINLAY  McKlNNON.  (Deceased) 

iiuiii,  J  ow  ijbjii])  ui:  Esquesiiig',  County  of  Halton,  March  25,  1843. 
Re.tired  Wholesale  Merchant. 

Mr.  McKinnon  was  identified  with  several  business  concerns,  being- 
President,  Canada  Paint  Company;  Director,  Toronto  Elee- 
trir>  Licrht  Company,  etc. 

Ui.uus:  Aaliuuai  •^iLib,  Royal  Canauutu  iacht  Club,  Lambuuii  (iolf 
and  Country  Club,  etc. 


JOHN  KAY  MACDONALD. 

Born,  Edinburgh,  Scotland,  1837. 

Managinsr  Director,  Confederation  Life  Association  since  1874. 

Treasurer  and  Justice  of  the  Peace  for  the  County  of  York. 

Mr.  Macdonald  has  for  inany  years  been  closely  associated  with  the 
religious  and  philanthropic  life  of  the  city.  A  Presbyterian 
and  an  Elder  in  that  church. for  more  than  forty  years;  and 
for  nearly  twenty  years  Convener  of  the  Assembly's  Com- 
mittee in  charge  of  the  Aged  and  Infirm  Ministers'  Fund. 

Member  of  the  Board  of  Knox  College,  and  Trustee  of  Queen's 
University. 

Propirlo7it  of  St.  Andrew's  College  since  its  establishment  in  1899. 

rrtsicleni  of  the  Upper  Canada  Religious  Book  and  Tract  Society. 

President,  Children's  Aid  Society,  and  was  first  President  of 
Lord's  Day  Alliance. 

Olub.s :  Toronto,  etc.  ^  ' 


JOHN  WOODBURN  LANGMUIR. 

Born,  Ayrshire,  Scotland,  November  6,  1834. 

Foimder  and  Managing  Director,  The  Toronto  General  Trusts 
Corporation. 

Was  Councillor,  Reeve  and  Mayor  of  Picton,  Ontario ;  Major  of 
Prince  Edward  Batallion,  Militia. 

Inspector  of  Prisons,  Asylums  and  Public  Charities  for  Province 
of  Ontario,  1868-1882. 

President  and  Founder,  Homewood  Sanitarium  of  Guelph,  Ont. 

Chairman  since  1893,  Queen  Victoria  Niagara  Falls  Park  Com- 
mission. 

Chairman,  Br  nr  T      Managers,  St.  Andrew's  Church,  Toronto. 

During  his  career  Mr.  Langmuir  has  been  a  Member  and  in  some 
cases  Chairman  of  various  Royal  Conunissions,  the  more  im- 
portant being  the  Commission  appointed  to  inquire  into  the 
Prison  and  Reformatory  Systems  of  the  Province  of  Ontario 
in  .1891,  and  the  Royal  Commission  on  Life  Insurance  in  1904. 

Clubs:  Toronto,  York,  etc.,  Toronto;  Grovesnor  Club,  London, 
Eng. 


L.  GOLDMAN,  A.I.A.,  F.C.A.,  F.S.S. 

Born,  England,  1851. 

Managing  Director,  North  American  Life  Assurance  Company. 
Mr.  Goldman  is  an  Associate,  Institute  of  Actuaries,  Great  Britan. 
Fellow,  Chartered  Accountants,  Ontario. 

Fellow,  Royal  Statistical  Society,  Great  Britain. 

Clubs:  Toronto,  National,  R.  C.  Y.  C,  Lanibton  Golf  and  Country 
Club, 


LIEUT-COL.  HON.  ARTHUR  JAMES  MATHESON. 

Born,  Pertli^  Ontario,  1845. 
Treasurer  of  the  Province  of  Ontario. 
Clubs:  Toronto,  Albany,  etc. 


HERBERT  HALE  WILLIAMS. 


Born.  'f'Aronto,  Ontario,  1862. 

Senior  Member  of  the  Fimi  of  H.  H.  WiUiams&  Co.,  Real  Estate 
Agents. 

President  of  the  International  Realty  Company  and  Sole  Agent 
in  Toronto  for  the  Royal  Exchange  As^snrance,  London,  Eng- 
land. 

.Mr.  WiUiams  is  also  an  entluisiastic  Mason,  being  Past  Master  of 
Doric  Lodge,  A.  P.  and  A.  M.,  and  a  Member  of  Albany  and 
National  Clnbs,  and  the  Lambton  Golf  and  Country  Clnb. 


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MICHAEL  JOHN  HANEY.  C,E. 

Bonu  i(.  a  .  ,  -  I  reland,  1854. 

Director:  Home  Bank  of  Canada,  North  American  Life  Insurance 

Company,  Ontario  Securities  Company,  etc. 
Was  engaged  at  different  times  as  Assistant  Engineer,  Kingston 
and  Pembroke  Railway,  and  Divisional  Engineer,  Lake  On- 
tario Shore  Road.  Superintendent,  Pembina  Branch,  Cana- 
dian Pacific  Railway.  Manager  of  Construction  of  over  three 
Imndred  miles  of  the  Canadian  Pacific  Railway  in  British 
C^olumbia.  First  Contractor.  Red  Rivei-  Railway.  Coiitrae- 
t(.r.  Soo  Canal.   Manager,  -  ction  of  Crow's  Nest  Rail- 

way; Locomotive  and  Machine  Works,  Montreal;  the  Toronto 
Tunnel  and  numerous  other  important  works, 
ir.  iumo  c'Ugaged  now  in  constructing  the  Transcontinental 
Railway  Shops  at  Winnipeg;  Trent  Valley  Canal,  Montreal 
Aqueduct.  Lnchino  and  Soulanges  Canals  and  Red  River 
Bridges. 


CHARLES  ADAMS. 

Born,  Norwich,  Ontario,  1857. 

Senior  Member  of  the  firm  Adams  Bros.,  Harness  Manufacturing 
Company. 

President:  Adams  Bros.  Harness  Company,  Adams  Shoe  Com- 
pany of  Brandon,  Man.,  and  Rideau  Lakes  Navigation  Com- 
pany, Kingston. 

Director:  Northern  Cro\vn  Bank,  Pioneer  Insurance  Company, 
Brandon,  Man. 

Mr.  Adams  \vas  JMayor  of  Brandon,  and  served  six  terms  in  the 
Manitoba  Legislature. 

Member  of  a  number  of  leading  Clubs. 


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JOSEPH  HENDERSON. 

Born,  Hamilton,  Ontario,  1849. 
Second  Vice-President,  Bank  of  Toronto. 
Director,  Confederation  Life  Association. 
President,  Canadian  Shredded  Wheat  Company. 
Clubs :  York,  Toronto  and  Toronto  Golf  Club. 


HON.  J,  R.  STRATTON,  M.P.P. 

!^i-oprietor,  Peterborough  Examiner. 

\  icc-i  resident,  Traders  Bank  of  Canada. 

President :  Trust  and  Guarantee  Company,  Dominion  Permanent 
Loan  Company,  Home  Life  Association  of  Canada,  Peterboro 
Lock  Manufacturing  Company. 

Director:  Canada  Starch  Company,  of  Edwardsburg;  Imperial 
Cotton  Company,  Hamilton ;  River  duLoup  Pulp  and  Paper 
Company. 

Vri-.  Strattou  has  been  identified  with  the  political  life  of  the 
Province  of  Ontario  for  many  years,  representing  the  Riding 
of  AVest  Peterborough  in  the  Provincial  Legislature,  in  the 
interests  of  tlie  Liberal  party. 

Member  of  the  leading  Clubs. 


ALBERT  NORDHEIMER. 

Vice-President  and  General  Manager  of  the  Nordheimer  Piano 
and  Music  Company,  Limited. 

Consul-General  of  the  Netherlands  for  the  Dominion  of  Canada. 

Knight  of  the  Order  of  Orange  Nassau,  by  special  appointment  of 
Queen  WiUiemina. 

Clubs :  York,  Toronto  and  Toronto  Hunt  Club. 


RUFUS  SAWYHR  HUDSON. 

Bom.  PhoU-o;>.  Oiiobof.  1843. 

.iomt  Ueiierai  iViaiiager,  Oanada  i^ermajnient  Mortgage  Corpora- 
tion. 

pj-esideiit.  Land  Mortgage  Companies  Aissocia  i  ioii. 

Director:  Otto  TTio-el  f*nTTi7>;mY.  Limited,  and  Foster.  Armstrong 
Compni 

MenjDer,  buarii  ui  Uuvernors,  .Upper  Canada  College. 
Chairman,  Cit.y  Charity  Commission . 
Past  Prpsident.  St.  Oeorge's  Society. 

Meiiibc.i  oi  \  V  .iJbi;ij  i^udge,  A.  F,  and  A.  M.,  and  of  King  Solomon's 
Chapter,  Eoyal  Arch  Masons. 

Clubs:  Toronto,  Albany,  etc. 


DANIEL  EDMUND  THOMSON,  K.C.,  LX.D. 

Born,  Township  of  Erin,  County  of  WeUington,  1851. 
Senior  Member  of  the  firm  of  Thomson,  Tilley  &  Johnston,  bar- 
risters, solicitors,  etc. 
Vice-President,  The  Metropolitan  Bank,  Porto  Rico  Railway 

Company,  Limited. 
Director,  Canada  Landed  and  National  Investment  Company. 
Chairman,  Board  of  Governors,  McMaster  ITniversity. 
Clnbs:  Toronto  Chib,  Royal  Canadian  Yacht  Club  and  Toronto 

Hunt  Clnb. 


WILLIAM  KERR  GEORGE. 

Born,  Kingston,  Ontario,  1861. 

President  and  Managing-  Director,  Standard  Silver  Company, 
Limited. 

Vice-President:  Sterling;  Bank,  Toronto  Conservatory  of  Music. 

Managing  iiiit  ctor,  Simpson,  Hall,  Miller  &  Co.,  Limited. 

Director:  North  American  Life  Assurance  Company,  Title  and 
Trusts  Company. 

Director  and  Honorary  President,  Canadian  National  Exhibition, 
and  for  three  years  its  President. 

Was  President  of  the  Canadian  Manufacturers'  Association, 

Clubs:  York,  Ontario,  National,  R.  C.  Y.  C,  Hunt  Club,  Caledon 
Mountain  Trout  Club,  Ontario  Jockey  Club. 


(;E()RGE  HERBERT  WOOD, 

Born,  Birkcu         Sngland,  1867. 

Senior  Member  of  the  Finn,  Wood,  Gimdy  and  Company,  Bond 
Dealers,  Toronto,  and  London,  England. 

tn  Y.  M.  C.  A. 

Vioe-Uhairman,  interdeiionunatioiiai  v  uniuiittee,  Toronto  Lay- 
men's Missionary  Movement. 

Superintendent,  Central  Methodist  Church  Sunday  School. 

Chibs:  .  ,  .  . iial,  Lambton  Golf  and  Country  Club,  Queen  .  City 
Piii'liiio-  rinb. 


WILLIAM  HARRIS. 

Born.  MarstoM  Morteiue.  Bedfor.l.,       '■ngland.  1848. 

„f  Th.  battoir  Company,  and  of  W.  Harris  &  Co. 

a-  Harris  finds  his  chief  recreation  and  en- 
.joyment  ■,.       .nltivation  and  direction  of  his  farms. 


JOHN  ALEXANDBR  MURRAY. 

Horn.  TnmenVk,  Ireland. 

r  r ,  rv. . A'-Kay,  Limited. 

Vice-President,  Ciobalt  Lake  Mines  Company. 

Yipe-President,  Peterson  Lake  Silver  Cobalt  Mining  Company. 

\,        .    L  the  Ho^^'^  r'  tnadian  Yacht  Club,  and  Granite  Club, 


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WILLIAM  BUCHANAN  MEIKLK, 

Born,.  Cardross,  Dunbartonshire,  Scotland,  1860. 

General  Manager:  Western  Assurance  Company  and  British 
American  Assurance  Company. 

Clubs:  Toronto  Club,  Royal  Canadian  Yacht  Club,  and  Toronto 
Hunt  Club,  Toronto;  City  Carlton  Club,  London,  England; 
New  York  Club,  New  York,  and  Lawyers  Club,  New  York. 


iLLlAM  DONALD  ROSS. 

"Borti.  T>ittlp  Brns  d'O         a  Seotia,  1869. 

,111(1  Direr-tM-  The  ^,Te-!-ropoHtan  Bank. 

Direftor:  is' ova  Scotia  Steel  and  Ooai  Company,  Limited,  Porto 
Rico  Railways  Company,  Limited. 

Clubs:  Toronto,  York,  National,  Toronto  Hunt,  Toronto  Golf, 
Royal  Canadian  Yacbt  Club,  Toronto ;  St.  James  Club,  Mon- 
treal, 


HARLOW  CUMBERLAND. 

\ei-  xxa  vigation  Company  ,  United  States. 
President.         ra  Navigation  Company,  Canada. 

Pannrlia-n  Loan  Company, 
:»1  ember,  Seiun  uruniu,  and  Corporation,  Trinity 

dent,  Ont;  1  Society. 

loard  of  Trade, 

'  ^  . vSsuciatioTi  ''^'^•'  litv  College;  Alumni 

:»uty  ^Supreme  »S(  ,  i.  0  udon,  England,  and 

I'reskL  nadian  Society  of  London,  England. 


CLARENCE  A,  BOGERT. 

Bora,  Napanee,  Ontario,  1864. 
General  Manager,  The  Dominion  Bank. 

Clubs:  York,  Toronto,  Ontario  Jockey  Club,  Toronto,  and  Lam- 
ton  Golf  and  Country  Clubs,  and  Hunt  Club,  Toronto;  St, 
James  and  Mount  Royal  Clubs,  Montreal, 


HARRY  ALDEN  RICHARDSON. 

Born,  Middleboro,  Nova  Scotia,  1865. 
General  Manager,  Bank  of  Nova  Scotia. 
Clubs:  York,  Toronto,  National,  etc. 


STUART  STRATHY. 

Bom,  Toronto,  Ontario,  1860. 
Gfineral  Manager,  Traders  Bank  of  Canada, 
Member,  Executive  Board,  Bishop  Strachan  School 
Clubs;  York,  Toronto  and  Toronto  Golf  Club. 


THOMAS  FERGUSON  HOW. 

Born,  Toronto,  Ontario,  1860. 
General  Manager,  Bank  of  Toronto. 
Director,  Crown  Trust  Company,  Montreal. 
Clubs:  York,  Royal  Canadian  Yacht  Club,  etc. 


F.  W,  BAILLIE. 

BoLji,  Toronto,  Ontario,  1875. 

President,  Baillie,  Wood  &  Croft,  Bankers  and  Brokers;  Mem- 
.  bers,  Toronto  Stock  Exchange. 

President,  Canada  Steel  Con\pany,  and  a  JJirector  of  the  Black 
Lake  Consolidated  Asbestos  Company. 

Meiuijti'  o  f  the  Board  of  (Iraee  Hospital  and  of  W3^cliffe  College. 

Clubs:  Nati(nial,  Toronto,  Albany,  Lambton  Golf  and  Country 
Club,  Ontario  Motor  League  and  Toronto  Board  of  Trade. 


u.uivuL  ANDREW  MORROW, 

,  Millbrook,  Ontario,  1877. 

\M/.o-P7-ec^|r^(-.Tif  T)ninim"on  Sofuritips  Oorpora+ion,  Limited. 

iMiccuu  :  Ceiiti'cii  Caiiada  Loan  and  jSaviiigs  Oonipany,  Imperial 
Life  InsiiraiK-  '  npany  of  Canada,  Western  Assurance 
Company,  BriUtsU  American  Aissuranee  Company,  Imperial 
Guarantee  an  '   '    wlent  Company,  and  Mississippi  River 

nubs:  Toronto  Club,  National  Club  and  Ontario  Club. 


JAMES  BICKNELL,  K.C. 

Born,  Battersea .  Park,  Surrey,  England,  1862. 

Senior  Member  of  the  Law  Firm,  Bicknell,  Bain,  Stratiiy  & 
^facKelean, 

i^eueiiLT  ui  till-  i.aw  ^:?uLiety  of  Upper  Canada. 

r^haimian,  Legal  Education  Goimiiittee. 

Member,  Senate,  Toronto  LTniversity. 

Director,  Dominion  Bond  Company,  Limited. 

Chibs :  York,  Hamilton,  Albany,  Royal  Canadian  Yacht,  Lambton 
Golf  and  Country  and  Rosedale  Golf  Club. 


CORNELIUS  ARTHUR  MASTEN,  K.C. 

Bom,  Parish  of  St.  Bernard  de  LacoUe,  County  of  St.  John's, 
Quebec,  1857. 

flead  of  the  firm  of  Hasten,  Starr,  Spence  and  Cameron,  Toronto. 

Bencher  of  the  Law  Society  of  Upper  Canada. 

General  Counsel  foi*  the  Bank  of  Nova  Scotia. 

President,  Director  and  General  Counsel,  The  McKinley-Darragh- 
Savage  Mine  of  Cobalt, 

Director,  Jupiter  Mine,  Porcupine. 

Director  and  Counsel  for  the  Kathbim  Company,  Deseronto. 

Counsel  for  the  Bay  of  Quinte  Railway  Company. 

Director  and  Counsel  for  the  Canadian  Western  Natural  Gas, 
Light,  Heat  and  Power  Company,  Limited. 

Counsel  for  the  Province  of  Alberta,  and  Director  and  Counsel 
for  the  Dominion  Nickle  Copper  Company,  Limited. 

(^lubs :  York,  Toronto,  Albany,  Toronto  Hunt,  and  Golf  Club. 


THOMAS  ROBERTSON. 

Born,  Scotland,  11th  September,  1838. 

President  and  General  Manager  of  the  well  known  firm  of  Eobert- 
son  Brothers,  Limited. 

President,  Monetary  Times  Printing  Company,  Limited. 

Member,   Canadian  Manufacturers'  Association  and  Toronto 
Board  of  Trade. 

Clubs :  National  and  Royal  Canadian  Yacht. 


JOHN  ARNOLD  McKEE. 

Born,  Rosemont,  Simcoe  County,  Out.,  1859. 

A  Conmiereial  Traveller,  Mr.  McKee  founded  The  Dodds  Medicine 
Company,  Limited,  doing-  a  wide  continental  and  European 
business. 

President  and  Owner,  The  Western  Steamship  Company,  plying 
on  the  Great  Lakes. 

Mr.  McKee  owns  a  stock  fai'in,  working  three  hundred  and  fifty 
acres  within  a  few  miles  of  the  city,  and  is  a  Director  of  sev- 
eral financial  institutions. 

(ylubs:  National,  Ontario,  Victoria,  Royal  Canadian  Yacht,  Cale- 
don  Mountain  Trout  and  Rosedale  Golf  Clubs. 


FREDERICK  BURTON  ROBINS. 

Born,  Stroud,  Simcoe  County,  Ontario,  1866. 
President,  Robins,  Limited,  Toronto, 

This  firm,  doing  a  wide  continental  business,  has  branches  in  Mon- 
treal, Hamilton,  London,  England,  Edinburgh  and  Glasgow, 
Scotland, 

Clubs:  National,  Rosedale  Golf  Club,  and  St.  Stephen's  Club,  Lon- 
don, England. 


KDWAKD  WILLIAM  COX. 

Born.  Ppferborons^h,  Ontario,  1864. 

Director  and  lieneral  Manager,  Canada  Life  Assnrance  Company. 

President,  Imperial  Guarantee  and  Accident  Company. 

J^ireetor:  Central  Canada  Loan  and  Savings  Company,  jSTational 
Trust  Company,  Western  Assurance  Company,  British  Amer- 
ican Assurance  Company. 

Clubs:  National,  Royal  Canadian  Yacht  Club,  Toronto  Hunt  Club, 
and  Lambton  Golf  and  Country  Club. 


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WILLAM  HENRY  PEARSON. 

,.  Brixton,  Surrey,  England  183.1. 

..'  iM  ;  Eeorir»nir>oi  f+as  App^iTMfiT^:  ^~^o- '^^^T-^"'"tion  Company  and 
1-' resident  m  ib'i)-)  OL  ; 

1874-1888:  General 

Manager,  1888  to  1909. 
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GEORGE  PERCIVAL  SCHOLEIELD. 

Born,  Lloydto-vvm,  Ontario,  1867. 
General  Manager,  Standard  Bank  of  Canada. 
Director,  Mamifacturers'  Life  Tnsnrance  Company. 
Clnbs:  York,  Toronto,  Eoyal  Canadian  Yacht  Club. 


GEORGE  A.  SOMERVILLE. 

Born,  St.  Mary's  Ontario. 

General  Manager,  Manufacturers'  Life  Insurance  Company, 
niib^!-  Yori-,  ToroTito,  ISTational  and  Eoyal  Canadian  Yacht  Club. 


GERHARD  HEINTZMAN. 

Born,  Osnabruck,  Germany,  1849. 

President  and  founder  of  Gerhard  Heintzman  Co.,  Limited,  Manu- 
facturers of  High-Grade  Pianofortes. 

President,  German  Benevolent  Society. 

Director,  Deutscher  Verein. 

Member,  Technical  School  Board,  National  Club,  Toronto. 


JOHN  LAWRENCE  SPINK. 

Born,  King  Township,  County  of  York,  1845. 

President:  J.  L.  Spink,  Limited,  and  The  Fire  Insurance  Ex- 
change Corporation. 

Vice-President,  The  Millers  and  Manufacturers  Insurance  Com- 
pany. 

Director :  National  Life  Assurance  Company  of  Canada,  and  City 
Dairy  Company,  Limited,  of  which  he  Avas  the  first  General 
Manager. 

Mr.  Spink  was  Treasurer  of  the  Toronto  Board  of  Trade  for  the 
years  1893,  1894,  1899,  1900,  1901  and  1903. 


JAMES  CURRY. 

Born,  Diitt'erin  Oounty,  1859. 

I 'resident,  »J.  L  ariT  Company,  Limited. 

Member:  Board  of  Trade,  Ontario  Club,  Toronto;  Rocky  Moun- 
tain Club  and  Waldorf  Hall,  New  York  City. 

Member:  St.  Patrick  Chapter,  Royal  Arcli  Masons,  Toronto,  and 
a  number  of  social  and  fraternal  societies, 

Mr.  L  urry  nas  always  taken  a  deep  interest  in  linancial  matters 
effecting  the  city's  welfare  and  that  of  many  benevolent  in- 
stitutions. 


Born,  near  Hamilton,  Ont.,  1866. 
Managing  Director,  Maple  Leaf  Milling  Company,  Limited. 
President,  Hedley  Shaw  Milling  Company,  Limited. 
Vice-President,  Bt.  Mary  Cement  Company,  Limited. 
Clnbs:  National,  Granite,  etc. 


FKHDERiCK  WILLIAM  BROUGHALL, 

Born,  Toronto,  Ontario,  1867. 

General  Manager,  St.       .  Bank  of  Canada. 

Clubs:  York,  National,  Albany,  and  Toronto  Golf  Club. 


WILLIAM  GRIFFITH  TKETHEWEY. 

"^r^.<=koka -Falls,  Ontario,  1866. 

a  ininiber  of  Ciubs,  aud  identified  with  several  biisines 
concems.